NTPC Green Energy Ltd (NGEL) hax signed a land lease agreement with Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corp. (APIIC) for the development of an integrated green hydrogen hub on 1,200 acres land in Andhra Pradesh.
NTPC Green Energy Ltd has invited an Expression of Interest from manufacturers of products used in generation and storage of green hydrogen or its derivatives, to set up manufacturing facilities in Andhra Pradesh. The facilities will come up within the green hydrogen hub being developed by NTPC in Pudimadaka, Achutapuram.
Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd has invited bids to install and commission a 100 MW solar project at its site in Galiveedu for self-consumption. The scope also includes five-year operations and maintenance of the solar PV project.
Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd will build the 100 MW solar project at Galiveedu for self-consumption.
The project involved laying 1,750 circuit kilometers (ckm) of transmission line traversing through Maharashtra, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh, interconnecting the western region to the southern region.
Andhra Pradesh requires an estimated $10-15 billion to achieve 500 ktpa green hydrogen capacity by 2030. Around 70% of this investment will be needed to create renewable energy infrastructure such as solar and wind power generation plants, with the balance for electrolyzer capacity additions.
NHPC and APGENCO will initially develop 1,950 MW of pumped hydro storage projects (950 MW in Kamlapadu and 1,000 MW in Yaganti) through a joint venture.
EPC contractors now have until August 24 to bid for setting up 300 MW of solar capacity in the Ramagiri district.
Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd (HPCL) is setting up a 370 tpa (tonnes per annum) green hydrogen plant at its Visakhapatnam Refinery in Andhra Pradesh.
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